How to Make Them YOU!
- Choose elements you can carry through the entire wedding – a monogram, colors, fonts you can replicate for other paper goods, liner patterns, ribbon. Make sure to request a JPG of any design elements you want to carry through when you order.
- The liner and edges of the invite are a fun place to add personality. Bella Figura (where we got ours!) even lets you upload your own images or prints for their envelope liners. We adore the metallic edges trend that everywhere lately. Go for bright pink or rose gold to keep it less formal and more fun!
- Let the invite express the formality of the wedding. Include casual elements if you want a more laid back vibe. We added a “Dinner, Dancing and Happily Ever After” to ensure everyone knew this would be a non-stuffy affair.
- It took us a LONG time to find the perfect invites, browse online, browse our Pinterest Board or the inspo mecca of OhSoBeautifulPaper.com and if you find a line you love, search where they sell locally.
Our Black + White Gold Foil Save the Dates
Save The Dates are the time when no matter how formal your affair, you can add some fun, creativity or quirkiness into your paper goods. You can full-on coordinate with your wedding invites, use an engagement photo or go totally unique and send a custom drawn caricature, custom tattoos, a confetti popper or a vintage postcard. This is perfect place to include your wedding website.
Ours are from Minted.com and foil stamps from Zazzle.
Our Letterpress Bella Figura Wedding Invitations
Ours are by Bella Figura from RSVP Plymouth.
Rehearsal Dinner + Brunch Invites
by Janice Cherkasky
Engagement Party Invitation
If you want to see more details from our wedding check out our post on Wedding Welcome Bags, or 17 Ways We Added Special Touches to Our Wedding.
Also check out our Pinterest board full of Wedding Invite Inspiration.